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' Attorney anp Counsellor
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JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
H-til $Htatc, llustncss and Collection Agency
8.W: P. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
if J. McG ETTIG AN, M. D
fe'A , Physician co bunoEON
Y". RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
Surveyor & Civil Engineer
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
r AS. T. TAYLOR, M. Am. soc. c. u.
" Consulting Hydraulic
3Qfi Judd Block Honolulu
t Jlli ' PHYSICIANS
jBB&OHN WEDDICK, M. D.
Mffijly''- Physician & Surgeon
R; WAILUKU, . MAUI
IImHHS' "PIIY!3IC1AN & Surgeon
F. K. KA.HOOKELE
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Offlco Rooms 2 and 4, ArlinRton Annex.
Tel. W; 1". O. Dox 778.
Sketches and correct ostlmales
furnished ut short notlco.
HAEDY, & NAONE '
MAKAWAO .. .. MAUI.
Telephone SSo. 203.
R. C. SEARLE
Eo;i the District op
Lalininn Maui, T. H
M. R. COUNTER.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER & OPTICIAN.
Mail orders returned postage free.
All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
P. O. Box 827.
532 Fori. St.
Livery, Feed & Sale- Stable
ION SHORT NOTICE
;arriages meet all steamers
HANS AMUNDSAN, Tuor.
Hacks and Saddle Morses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICE
Carriages meet Steamers
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
meet all ....
Tel. No. 244.
PATA i . : MAUI.
,Tho Ohintse Situation.
Tien- Tsin,. January 22. -It is reported in German. circles that unless
the peace negotiations are satisfactorily concluded early next month an
expedition wilbbe. organized to bring Emperor Kwang Hsu and Prince
Tuan to Po1mir. '
,fyojjDON,January 22.-"Tho Russian troops evacuated Tientsin Sunday, "
says.tlio Tion-tsin correspondent ofHli.Slandard Wiring Saturday, January
I'Dth, "but yesterday they were suddenly recalled here."
The Kingjs IlqalCli. . ,
"New York, January 21. A cable to the W'orld frd'm London says: In
the light of his succession to thefthrtnotjjO'hpalttr of the Prince' of WalM
is eagerly discussed in society. There is muhdrrgcnoofopinloWin
his friends as to his prospects of life. Ill appearance ho is certainly better
now than ho was before the accident
to the fevet that while invalided ho
ho has obssrved since. True, he is
is that of a healthy man, it is unquestionably notlccublo that ono side of
his face is drawn and he suffers from
London, January 22. The AVashington correspondent of the Daily
Mail says he understands it is practically certain that Great Britain
will accept tho amendments of the
British Scientists Stricken.
New York, Jan. 23. Dispaches to the Herald from Para, Brazil, tell
is misfortune that has come to a British expedition sent to that city from
Liverpool to study yellow fever.
recently conducted an autopsy on the
fever. He became infected and died
also infected, is seriously ill.
Tokio, Jun. 20 Mr Ando, an
dispatched to Osaka and Wakayamfi for tho investigation of the
plague, came back to Tokio oh Friday evening having thoroughly
finished his mission at those places. With reference to the epide
mic in Wakayama prefecture, the inspector is reported to have
remarked that it would bo proper and right to say that the pest
in that locality has already -been stamped out, for not only have
no fresh cases been recently reported, bat no bacilli arc to bo
found in rats, either dead or alive.
To Command the Kentucky. .
Washington, Jan. 23. The Navy Department has issued oiders
directing Captain U,G, Stockton to proceed to Manila and .take
command of the battleship t Kentucky, which is now nearing tho
completion of her voyage from the United States to the As'.itic
station. Captain Colby M. Chester, tho present commando: , on
being relieved, will return ,to this country.
J Harness and
" THE WAILUKU
to Ins Icnoc m July, 1808. This is due
Acquired habits of careful living which
somewhat stouter, end, while his color
au incessant twitching of the left eve.
United States Senate to the iiay-
Dr. Meyers, a distinguished physician,
body of a person who died from yellow
yesterday. Dr. Durhascs, who was
Out at. Osaka,
epidemic inspector who has been
CONSTANTLY ON 5-2 ATM EV
Saddles, Etc. Etc.
Carriage Repairing a Specialty
BUSINESS ACliNCY AUTHORIZED TO
It is said that tho Enropoaii,
industries arc declining. t
It is said that gold has been foutd
on the beach at Vancouver.
Tho postal laws arc receiving a
great 'deal of attention in the House.
Senator Haiina has applied for
admission' into the Grand Army of
.thc'.Ropubllc. , a s . .
iTls reported ' that'ljubonib plague
is raging among'the British troops
in Cape Colony.
The Philippine Commission has
adopted an act establishing a depart
ment of public instruction.
Excitement is raging in Arizona
over tho discovery of a glittering'
ledge of gold quarts at Kingman. !
Tho American investors in British I
war bonds have been compelled to
paj' a fivo per cent income tax.
An organization of French noble
men 1ms been formed for the purpose
of obtaining rich American wives.
The case of the American engineer
Brown, .whom the Boers treated
unjustly has been considered by the
It is said that the Sultan of Tur
key is nearly demented with fear of
assassins and is daily putting peop'.c
to death upon suspicion.
Under date of January 22itis
said that England will undoubtedly
accept the amendments of the United
States to tho Ilay-Pauneofoto treaty.
Calvary Church of San Francif co
will launch a now project by opening
up a down-town coffee house for the
benefit of Ihc young people of that
Tho cadets at Wj-?t Point have
themselves sottled the question of
hazing by deciding unanimously to
abolish the practice, and also that
of 'calling out" fourth-class men.
AAre,oTerrd to our patrons at
. prices, so- low that they are.
Write, to us for. pr;eq lists.
PICTJJRE FRAMING 1
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
BOX 70ft. HONOLULU,
CHEAP FOR CASH ,
FOR 150 DAYS ONOM
Lace, Ribbons, Dress good
and all dry goods at COSTJ
In order lo make- certain
provemenrs winch X am nows
contemplating, I will sell'Fdnj
CASH ALL THE DKESS;
GOODs, Laces, Hats, Shoes i
all my Dry-Goods for COsri
PRICB, for 30 day only, comV$
menclng Feb. 1, 15)01.
COMB HARLY AND. TAKE
ADVANTAGE OP THE
A. J. RODRiGUES,
Retail At f
A A AH
Wholesale Prices i
Freight Paid on all
Orders of $10 and
Market Street, opp. Silpon,
Neat Pit Gunrnntced
rormcrljr Wailuku Hotel
AH KEK, Proprleloi-
Bed 50 Cents pop' Niht
Aloalo -2S Centn .
MAU V. HJ